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See? Not just whisky, us - we love wine too. From fine and crisp Rieslings to rich powerful Burgundian Whites, from subtle old-world Pinot Noir to blockbuster Aussie Shiraz (okay, especially blockbuster Aussie Shiraz). No half-bottles of blue nun though. Although we've heard it goes well with Stilton with walnuts in it.

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Rive Haute 2005 Pacherenc
(37cl, 13.50%)
A late-harvest sweet white wine from French producer Rive Haute.  More info
$14.43
Trockenbeeren-who's-lazy? Only the crème-de-la-crème of austrian sweet wines made in the best years attain the designation of T.B.A. or 'Trockenbeerenauslese'. We're absolutely huge fans of dessert...  More info
Argentinian Malbec, great concentration, excellent backbone of Tannin.  More info
$16.31
South-island producers Sherwood Estate produce this very good Pinot Noir. Very good concentration lurking behind the ethereal quality that top Kiwi Pinots exude in buckets.  More info
A blend of Colombard and Sauvignon Blanc wines, from French producer Rive Haute.  More info
$12.85
Château La Claymore 2005
(75cl, 13.50%)
From the 2005 Vintage, widely hailed as the best in the last couple of decades. This Bordeaux is drinking well now, but will benefit from careful cellaring.  More info
$16.45
A reserva Rioja from spanish producer Salceda. Matured for at least three years, one of which is in Oak.  More info
$24.71
2009 vintage Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand's Marlborough region. This awesome wine from Cloudy Bay boasts intense notes of fresh flowers, tarragon and tangy stone fruits.  More info
$29.29
Referred to as '20 barrels' in reference to the 20-odd barrels that were originally combined to make this premium wine from Chilean Producer Cono Sur. Absolutely superb concentration in this top-end...  More info
$29.57
A pretty serious Shiraz from artisanal producer Ainsworth and Snelson. Individually numbered bottles, amazing depth of flavour and a decent amount of bottle-age.  More info
$29.16
A superb Tempranillo Rose from Condesa de Leganza. Described variously as 'lush', 'tasty' and 'eminently quaffable' by our hastily recruited tasting team.  More info
A delightful New World Chardonnay from top producers Morton Estate. This is fermented and lees-aged in French oak barriques. This 2008 vintage is wonderful with fish, pork or poultry dishes.  More info
$17.37
Morton Estate's top selling wine, the White Label Sauvignon Blanc is made with grapes from their vineyards in Marlborough, on New Zealand's South Island. Very fruity and full of flavour.  More info
$17.37
Made using flavourful grapes from the Stone Creek vineyards, Morton Estate's 2007 Pinot offerse a sublimely silken palate filled with cherries, truffles and pine needles. Very ripe, juicy and well...  More info
$27.42
A wine that Michael Cooper described as the "Rolls Royce" of New Zealand Chardonnay, this won Silver medals at the Decanter World Wine Competitions in 2009 and 2010, as well as a Best in Class at the...  More info
$51.66
The conditions in Morton Estate's Marlborough vineyards in 2009 were perfect for Sauvignon Blanc. This is a perfect wine for seafood dishes, and it will improve after a couple of years of cellaring.  More info
$25.45
A very stylish Bordeaux style red from Morton Estate in New Zealand. This is made with Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes.  More info
$35.42
A Hawkes Bay Pinot Noir with lovely tannins, and a silken, fruity palate. Great as an accompaniment to dishes with game. 100% malo lactic fermentation, aged for nine months in French oak.  More info
$20.28
An aromatic and rich Viognier from New Zealand's North Island. This delicious wine offers flavours of spice and orange marmalade, and it's great for summertime drinking, or with creamy, white meat...  More info
$23.82
A great all-rounder, this Chardonnay from Morton Estate is wonderful on any occasion, though it is particularly at home when paired with shellfish or creamy chicken ishes. Will benefit from aup to 5...  More info
$17.37
Cracking Kiwi Chardonnay, produced in Hawkes Bay by Morton Estate. This is aged for a year in French oak, and it will last for a good 5 years of cellaring - which will bring added complexity.  More info
$25.45
This is a bottle of Madeira from the 2004 harvest of grapes, the wine is then seasoned in oak casks for flavour and complexity.  More info
$36.25
A juicy, ripe Pinot Noir from Chile's Colchagua Valley, this is a fabulous organic wine from Cono Sur, and the 2009 vintage is very good indeed.  More info
$16.21
An elegant Chianti from Guicciardini Strozzi, this 2004 vintage is perfect when paired with a good spicy beef stew.  More info
$14.58

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